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Career Area: Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Associate Degree
Program Number: 10-006-6
Approximately 2 Years to Complete
Credit Program
Average Annual Tuition: $4167

Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

Graduates obtain positions in a wide variety of specialty areas, and there is a vast amount of potential for those who have mid-management or upper-management career aspirations. The demand in this field is expected to remain high for several years in such jobs as:

  • Sales Representative: Solicits and communicates with potential customers and follows up to assure customer satisfaction.
  • Service Representative: Samples and analyzes soils and feeds and recommends corrective measures.
  • Manager Trainee: Works in areas of sales, promotion, personnel, and administration.
  • Crop Specialist: Works with farmers in evaluating crops, recommending alternative practices and chemicals.

Average Median Wage

$31588

Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science Programs

Specialize in the animal side of the farm operation. Prepare for the field of marketing, sales and production of animal products, and animal management operations.

As a student in the Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science program, you'll learn about: animal nutrition and health, livestock housing, meat and milk quality, reproduction, and animal selection and improvement

You may also take courses in agribusiness management to prepare for managerial careers in agriculture.

Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science Part of a Career Pathway Program Transfers Offered completely online Shared Program
Fox Valley Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science at Fox Valley
Southwest Agribusiness Science & Technology - Animal Science at Southwest